In my wife's case, however, the situation is totally different. The other day, I accompanied my wife to a supermarket for shopping and bringing back heavy purchases to home. At the supermarket, I was observing her to buy a milk: she checked nearly all milks on the shelf and then started to check production dates, which was very comprehensive and thorough to me. I was watching my wrist watch behind her and it took three minutes or so just to select a carton of milk. If I had been her, I'm pretty sure that it would have taken within 20 seconds! That means I can carefully ponder for only about 1/10 of hers???
It's been about 20 years since I first met my wife. I still remember when I met her second time. We participated in a tennis club at the evening that day. After playing tennis, we went to a pub with other members. When the party was over and I went out of the pub, I found her—my future wife--standing there. She had been seeing me when I looked at her in her eyes in the dark. I understood instinctively then that she was my woman although she was quite different from a woman of my dream I had been dreaming in my consciousness ever since I was a college student.
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When I buy something, I seldom dither about what to buy. I rarely make a wish list for my shopping in advance. If I go shopping for my training shoes for example, I don't prepare a list for my candidate purchases, seeking them on the Internet or with fliers. Instead, I just go to a department store o